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Chronic Conditions & Life Lessons

Dare my mind believe spring has sprung?   Truly, just begun?

The clocks were set back prior to sleep last Saturday night while I hoped seven hours of slumber would magically feel like eight upon my wake.  When lids lifted ‘later’ than usual Sunday morn, it was easy to pretend.  Opening blinds of white to see a sun of yellow, it shined so bright…high in the sky.  I had to bend my neck to the right while peeking through slats to see it there.

Grabbing a robe, Doodle dog followed every single step, meandering through rooms and spaces small until we were out the double doors atop the patio.  Bricks of red felt unusually warm below bare feet and paws.  Snow was gone.  Could it be so?   Birds were chirping, flying feathers near.  I glanced above to see never-ending blue without a cloud in sight.  A perfect morning with a blanket big…

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First Thursday Food Trucks and Market, October 2, 2014

Have you been here yet?

Tucker Farmers Market

Tucker Farmers Market

October 2, 2014

4-8pm

2333 Main St., Tucker, GA

More than 25 local farmers and food producers.

In Freemason’s Square and the Bank of America parking lot

First Thursday Food Trucks & Market

On the first Thursday of every month, the Tucker Farmers Market hosts local food trucks. Come out to explore the wilds of Atlanta food truck cuisine.

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Vendor News

Get your meats and veggies!

It’s the season for greens, so plan to stock up on kale, lettuces, and sprouts! Remember, shop early to get the best selection.

PRODUCE:

Mercier Orchards
Blue Ridge, GA

Straight From the Backyard Garden
Loganville, GA

With: Okra, tomatoes, collard greens, turnip greens, asian greens, cucumbers, beans, peppers, eggplant, broccoli

Dillwood Farms
Loganville, GA

With: Peppers, kale, collard greens, arugula, red okra, hakurei turnips, butternut squash

Asili Goods
East Point, GA

With: arugula, butternut squahs, succhini yellow squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, snap…

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